Posts Tagged Dots
Only got a minute or two to spare but want to get some fun gaming in? Why not try one of these four titles, all focused on providing maximum satisfaction in less than two minutes. They all have the bonus of being ideal for score chasers, given that the main objective is to beat one’s friends’ high scores. Plus, almost all of them have the word Blitz in their title, to remind us of just what genre they form a part of!
The ruler of all great time wasters, the Bejeweled series knows how to draw players in for short bursts. This is most evident with Bejeweled Blitz, a game solely focused on seeing what high scores players can create in a matter of 60 seconds. Played well, it’s a fast paced title, full of special gems such as Hypercubes and Flame gems. Coins dictate the bonuses that can be used, but never fear, there’s a daily spin game to offer up extras for those unkeen to delve into the in-app purchases available.
Released: 2011-12-07 :: Category: Games
Mostly responsible for any time that I procrastinate like crazy, Solitaire Blitz is quite the addiction. The classic card game of Solitaire is combined with a series of power-ups and a tight time limit, all in the name of score chasing. It’s a potent mix, mostly because it’s so easy to get to grips with. An energy system might restrict how many times one can play it during one session, but with only a minute or so to spare for gaming, that’s not really a problem, right?
Released: 2013-03-20 :: Category: Games
Dots: A Game About Connecting
Ok, so connecting dots doesn’t sound very exciting. Dots bucks that trend, though. Players must draw a line between matching dots and watch the points trickle in. Form a square with such dots, however, and the points start flooding through. It’s immensely simple but that’s exactly why Dots is so much fun. It’s ideal as a palate cleanser to life, when one just needs to take some time out from reality and delve into the world of dot connecting.
Released: 2013-04-30 :: Category: Games
Ok, so Tetris Blitz isn’t perfect, thanks to its overenthusiastic in-app purchases making mostly everyone a little cynical. It is great fun, though, and an ideal way to spend two minutes. We all know the drill now: clear lines by placing blocks together, accrue as many points as possible in the time limit. Purists may be disappointed to see some of the power-ups available, but Tetris Blitz still offers some of the old-school magic we all know so well.